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) folks, i was truly upset when i heard my favorite newspaper, the "u.s.a. today" was getting a dramatic redesign. turns out i was worrying for nothing because, in a digital era where print media is struggling, "u.s.a. today" is focusing their energy where it counts: the logo. (laughter) as publisher larry cramer wrote in the relaunch issue "our new logo will be as dynamic as the news itself." and, ladies and gentlemen, did they deliver. prepare to feast your eyes on the "u.s.a. today's" new logo! boom! a blue circle! (laughter) there it is! serendipitously this ises a a pie chart showing the percentage of people confused by the "u.s.a. today's" new logo. (applause) kramer calls this a living logo. (laughter) the first one since they had to put down the m.g.m. lion after he ate those munchkins. (laughter) and in a the "u.s.a. today" exclusive, i learned that the "u.s.a. today's" new logo will be an info graphic that changes with the news, containing a photo or image that represents key stories of the day. like this one in the money section, the shopping cart. right there, okay? (laughter
.g.m. lion after he ate those munchkins. (laughter) and in a the "u.s.a. today" exclusive, i learned that the "u.s.a. today's" new logo will be an info graphic that changes with the news, containing a photo or image that represents key stories of the day. like this one in the money section, the shopping cart. right there, okay? (laughter) in the life section, this kind of round leaf right there and for sports, this red dot wearing a cowboy hat which i'm gonna say represents the sport of tomato rodeo. (laughter) i think. i don't know. but from now on, when news breaks that's circular in nature the "u.s.a. today" will be all over it, folks. whether it be about planets, tractor tires, the wheel of fortune, pizzas, bagels, pizza bagels or cee-lo green's head. (laughter) although-- (applause). although if spongebob squarepants ever chokes on a dorito at the pentagon-- (laughter). -- you won't read about it in the "u.s.a. today." (laughter) so bravo, the "u.s.a. today" for your bold redesign where every logo in every section will be changed everyday to reflect a different news story in cir
to say-- ( cheers ) i am proud to live in the u.s.a.! u.s.a.! u.s.a.! u.s.a.! u.s.a.! u.s.a.! i am proud, proud to live in this great country. but, friends, i must tell you, america, it is up to us right now, it is up to us to make the decision on the type of country we will have. either we will move forward towards securing economic future to be built to last with a strong middle class, or we will go back to a place where america's promise is only fulfilled for a select few. america, this we will not do. ( cheers and applause ) in the 60s, we marched because it was the right thing for our country, and it made us stronger. fortified by our dispaight endowd by our creator. we helped our country to overcome obstacles once thought insurmountable. in our nation's laws, they were thought to be insurmountable. in our hearts we thought they were insurmountable. and once again, it's our time to uphold justice. it's our time to protect the rights that we have won. and it's our time to stand up for the country we love, the united states of america! ( cheers and applause ) our faith tells us we hav
, "usa, usa, usa, we are number one, we can fix things ourselves," and it works that way, but it is disastrous. >> so there are three distinctive groups. one is a group of elected officials. i am not naÏve, and neither are you. i get the need for wanting to chant "usa," and getting upset with president obama for not wearing the flag on his lapel. i do want to talk about citizens, that you have just raised, and i want to talk about the media. let me start with the media because you talked about it first. obama attempted to talk about this notion of working together globally and that we are, in fact, it interdependent. he was scoffed at and marked -- mocked by the media. >> journalism, the print media, the web, broadcast, it is all about helping to educate americans, helping them to see the world the way it is. i listened to msnbc. i listened to fox. we are listening for most of us to those two, but if you listen to nbc, there is hardly any international news. there is actually a little more on fox because of murdoch and news corp. then there is on msnbc. you realize that
's another title that many consider a "crowning" achievement. >> being miss teen u.s.a. is an unbelievable dream. >> danielle doty is living the dream -- a dream she's been aiming toward most of her life. >> i had been competing in pageants since i was 7 years old, and i thought, "you know, i'm at the right age." so i was like, "why not give it a try?" >> texas! [ cheers and applause ] >> the texas teen won the crown, and now she gets to wear the gown. >> colorful? >> colorful. >> [ laughs ] >> actually, quite a few of them. hers is now a lifestyle jam-packed with red-carpet openings, glitter, and glamour. >> i love this. >> love that. out of these three pieces, i'd say the zipper dress is really amazing, and this is, i mean, just fabulous. >> it looks like fun, but it's also a full-time job. danielle has a calendar filled with good this one -- project sunshine. it brings a bit of happiness to children with serious illnesses. >> when she comes into the hospital, she just has a light about her and makes the kids smile and makes them feel like a normal kid. >> helping out miss
and applause] >> usa! [chanting] >> usa! usa! usa! usa! usa! >> as we saw last week, we still have threats out there. we saw the attacks on our consulates and we will bring those murderers to justice. and that is why, as long as i am commander in chief, we will sustain the strongest military the world has ever known. [applause] and when our troops come home and they take off their uniforms, we will serve them as well they have -- as well as they have served us. [cheers and applause] if you were in the military, a few protected our people, if you fought for our freedom, you should be taken care when you come home. [applause] mitt romney thinks it was tragic for us to end the war in iraq to and he does not have a plan to end the war in afghanistan. i have and i will. and i will use the money we are what tor spinninspending on put folks back to work rebuilding our roads. after a decade of war, we need some new pavement here at home. [applause] folks, i know you're getting wet, but i have one more thing to say. [cheers and applause] folks, a little rain never heard anybody. let me say this. my opp
now. >>> "u.s.a. today" unveiled its new design for the paper, web and mobile apps. they showcased the new design this morning, the day before their 30th anniversary. the new look of "u.s.a. today" is designed to take visual story telling to the next level using more color, pictures and info graphics. >> for 30 years we got the feeling, we're talking to our customers, to our readers, to our viewers online, that they loved the product, they were familiar with it but it was a little bit dutiony. they -- little bit dusty. they needed something new. it is a new age after all. >> but you can still get the things you lover about "u.s.a. today" including the -- love about "u.s.a. today," including the weather map and the money section. the digital version will be on dispray this weekend. u.s.a. -- display this weekend. "u.s.a. today" is owned by our parent company gannett. >>> find out how you can help victims of domestic violence and get exercise at the same time. we're going to explain when we come back. . >>> it has been six months since george zimmerman shot and killed a 17-year-old b
money. but does the eurozone have more debt than other economies? >> who has the most that? the usa? >> argentina. >> greece. no? don't tell me the u.s.. >> at 230% of its gdp, japan has highest rate of debt in the world. the usa comes in second at 103% of gdp. then comes the eurozone in third place. china's debt ratio is well below the international average. however, for individual european countries, the numbers are much worse. the gdp of some eurozone countries continues to shrink and unemployment is high. which countries have the highest unemployment? >> it the united states? >> i heard it was spain. >> china? >> of the eurozone has the highest unemployment rate with 11.2%, higher than the u.s. and china. but europeans without work don't have to sleep on the streets. eurozone countries provide relatively generous assistance for the unemployed. but europeans fear they won't be able to afford this for much longer. eurozone countries have to compete not only with industrial giants like u.s. and japan, but also country still industrializing like china, india, and brazil. but which c
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in libya. >> usa. >> we want to be silent. we're going to keep on going. >> the heckler was escorted out as the events in libya unfoldeled, he has since tried to refocus -- unfolded, he has since tried to refocus it back on the economy. >>> the search for answers goes on tonight in the case of a prince george's county teenager gunned down tuesday simply walking his way to school. now, why the police investigation continues, tonight so does the grieving. and matt jablow joins us now from police headquarters with the latest on both. matt. >> reporter: at this point police say they simply don't know who killed marckel ross, and marckel's friends say they simply don't know who could possibly have wanted him killed. >> i'm getting emotional about it. >> reporter: two days after 18-year-old marckel ross was shot to death on the way to school in capitol heights, police say they still have no suspects or possible motives in the case. >> the investigation is really early. >> reporter: while marckel's grieving friends say they still can't believe he's gone. >> i love him to death. >> reporter: a j
's beaten face? >>> coming up, the orioles pull even, usa soccer gets a lift from hercules, and bieber fever hits a minor league hockey team. you're watching "early today." >> announcer: "early today" is brought to you by advil. make the switch to advil now. >>> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm mara schiavocampo, and here are some of your top headlines this morning. >>> there's no end in site yet for the chicago teachers strike which begins day three today. union negotiators say they did not make much progress in talks yesterday. >>> whistle-blower bradley birkenfeld has been awarded $104 million by the internal revenue service, the largest individual federal payout in u.s. history. he turned on the swiss bank ubs for helping thousands of americans evade taxes, and since then the u.s. has collected billions of dollars. >>> next month the interior of the statue of liberty will be reopened to the public on the monument's 126th birthday. lady liberty has been closed for renovations since last october. >>> and an amateur astronomer captured video of a flash hitting the giant
. >> president chiu: next speaker. >> my name is eugene gordon jr. not long after 1776usa revolution its constitutional convention and presidential vice presidential elections political parties representing those elected to legislative constitutional laws outstanding as parties then to date our republican-democrat parties and electric has chosen by ballot to show frequency leadership from democrat-republican parties for and against. so when electorate votes for we the people, political administration, legislative process by way of party at the same ballot votes for usa history of chauvinism, capitalism, monopoly capitalism, materialism which surrounds planet earth sovereign nation with military bases. procedure does apply with participation in that divide with protests about internal national issues made by same ballot voters compliments interests of what defines we the people and government logic. majority leadership by ballot republican-democrat parties. witness prop gandza recital usa the greatest nation. education the ballot history conditions were a given citizen political party aff
an overseas crisis. >> why are you politicizing libya? why are you politicizing libya? usa! usa! >> i would off a moment of silence -- offer a moment of silence, but one gentleman doesn't want to be silent, so we're going to keep on going. >> reporter: in our polarized political culture there are plenty of romney supporters who blame the media for the controversy. >> i think you've been suck- ups. i think you guys got your embroidered knee pads from the white house. that's what i think of the. >> reporter: bruce leshan, 9 news now. >> reporter: i'm surae chinn at mary washington university in fredericksburg, virginia, where the first lady spoke to a crowd of volunteers and supporters. she started off by touching on the tragedy in libya. >> our hearts and prayers are with the families of those who gave their lives serving our country. >> by the elections coming up we still need to have compassion in our hearts for those across the country. >> reporter: hundreds of volunteers, students and supporters came to hear the first lady speak. students like many voters have the economy on their mi
in america, made in the u.s.a. he doesn't care. he has spent a good part of his life offshoring, working with companies and his hedge fund to ship jobs overseas. he doesn't care if jobs go overseas. he's helped send jobs overseas. >> woodruff: congressman ryan, how do you see this question of what governor romney says about what actually happened? >> well, he was on the wrong side. he got caught. he was in a republican primary. he's trying to appease the tea party. his life has been based on these kind of decision of not caring. and it took action by the government, and he's representing a very antigovernment wing of the party, which is an extreme wing, and when you look at the families that are there working, the tax base that's now established in ohio, it's not a coincidence. for john kasich to address the nation and not even mention the auto bailout shows how politicized this has actually become. >> ifill: one of the stories that came out of tampa last week was the constant conversation about what the president had not done. even on the floor last night, we heard speakers say the stor
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bias has reached unprecedented levels in this election cycles. and later, usa today reporter discusses why the nation's water costs have risen 32% since 2000. "washington journal" is next. host: as we look at the capitol, record high 38% of americans prefer that the same party control the presidency and congress, while a record low, 23%, say it would be better if the president and congress were from different parties. 33% say it doesn't make any difference to them. these findings are based on a gallup poll annual governance survey and are the basis for our discussion for the first 45 minutes of this edition of the "washington journal." good morning. today is saturday, september 29. we want to find out from you about divided government. are you in favor of it? would you prefer to see one party, two parties, three parties? one party versus divided government, your preferences is our topic for the first segment of the program. 202-585-3880 is our number for democrats. republicans can call us at 202-585-3881. independents, 202-585-3882. if you're calling outside the u.s., 202-585-3883. we'
for yourself, you're swimming for your whole entire country. >> besides hoping to set new records, team u.s.a. is helping to set new fashion trends. at the opening ceremonies, around the olympic village, and at the upcoming closing ceremonies, team u.s.a. is sporting outfits by ralph lauren. the vintage looks are a tribute to the 1940s. that was when the games were last held in london. then, as now, team u.s.a. represents america's best. >> i trained hard, i put hard hours in the gym. >> you can look like a winner, too. the entire collection -- including accessories -- is available at and for "teen kids news," i'm emily. [laughing] [tires screeching] >> in latin, "ante" means "before," "bellum" means "war." put them together, and you get a word that describes a unique time in american history -- the years before the civil war. as lauren reports, not everything from those days is "gone with the wind." >> the great antebellum homes of historic savannah, georgia, evoke memories of genteel southern life. yet, these stately structures came very close to being destroye
players have to say and our kristen berset talks with a usa today reporter who has been covering the lockout from the beginning. >> very nice evening, showers up north. we'll take you to the radar with all the showers up in pennsylvania. some showers still could make it to the metro area. we'll tell you when they'll roll in. >>> right now we hear word there could be an imminent deal between the regular referees and the nfl. however, some say no deal imminent. we caught up with a couple redskins earlier today to get their thoughts. >> i don't know. it would be a new experience for me. i've never experienced the original refs, so we'll see. maybe we'll get so more calls. maybe things will be cleaned up a little bit, but i'm not going to get my hopes up too high. you never know what can happen with those kind of situations, but it will be a new thing for me and i'm sure the guys will be pretty pumped about that. >> going into game personally i'm not really thinking about the refs. i'm just trying to play within the rules of the game. they're going to call what they're going to call.
stamped made in the u.s.a. they're made by sanford corporation in oak brook illinois. it is owned by newell rubbermaid a multinational company on the fortune 500 list, about 20,000 employees around the world but these dry erase markers were made in the u.s.a. it made me want to order more but we only have one white board. when president obama told the democratic convention that we can create a million new manufacturing jobs in the next four years, i was on my feet! and i'm not alone. admit it. admit it! you want products stamped made in the u.s.a., too. you want the quality. you want the jobs here. you want to feel good about buying american products. but it's hard to find that feeling when manufacturing jobs have moved to low wage countries but maybe that's changing. "the washington post" reports that middle class shoppers in mexico are flocking to american stores and products and that american exports to mexico have grown to $198 billion last year. up from a $41 billion in 1993. and there's more. f
angry? is there anything the u.s.a. can do about it? we will have a speal report. >> bill o'reilly, does he have the style he needs. >> you are putting me on o'reilly? he he doesn't like stuff like this. girls like us. >> he sent me here. >> o'reilly? i don't think so. >> bill: in the face of a dismal economy, new york city throws a big fashion week exposition. was it over the top? jesse watters will tell us. >> do you eat at all? what do you feed yourself with? >> nothing. >> stewart is back. it's inexplicable but he is here. you are back on the factor. >> hi, john, great to see you. >> bill: what? you want me to be a phony? >> bill: big announcement about me your humble correspondent and my pal jon stewart. we will be doing something that may effect the presidential election. >> you love me because you know we are the same people. hmmmm. >> caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. do most american voters really understand what's at stake in the presidential election that is the subject of th
. president, america has freed other nations from dictators. [applause] every american -- >> usa! usa! usa! usa! usa! usa! >> every american was relieved the day president obama gave the order, and seal team 6 took out osama bin laden. on another front, every american is less secure today because he has felt to slow iran's nuclear threat. in his first tv interview as president, he said we should talk to iran. we're still talking, and iran's centrifuges are still spinning. president obama has thrown allies like israel under the bus, even as he has relaxed sanctions on castro's cuba. he abandoned our friends in poland by walking away from our missile defense commitments, but he is eager to give russia's president putin the flexibility he desires, after the election. [boos] under my administration, our friends will see more loyalty and mr. putin will see a little less flexibility and more backbone. [applause] we will honor america's democratic ideals because a free world is a more peaceful world. this is the bipartisan foreign policy legacy of truman and reagan. and under my presidency, we wi
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